Why is William Shatner making a documentary about ... Xena?

Star Trek's William Shatner is slowly turning from playing a starship captain into the Captain of documentaries. He brought us The Captains (about all 6 Star Trek, er, Captains), and then Get a Life (about the Trek fans). After setting his lofty sights on Trek, The Shat is now planning to do a documentary about a certain warrior princess.

William Shatner talks the 'mythological component' of Star Trek convention fandom

Why do people go to Star Trek conventions -- or any convention, for that matter? William Shatner has a theory.

It's official: This is the biggest collection of Doctor Who memorabilia in existence

Most sci-fi fans have might have a desk-sized Dalek or replica sonic screwdriver laying around their desks, but Ian O’Brien has taken his Doctor Who fandom to a whole new level.

Patrick Stewart meets adorable Vulcan child for Make a Wish. Feelings factor 9 - Engage

How good is Sir Patrick? He is way good. So good, you guys. At making you weep openly, I mean.

Behold the secret Mad Max 2 museum hidden deep in the Australian Outback

Journey deep enough into the Australian Outback and you’ll run across a surprisingly cool museum dedicated to one of the wildest action flicks in genre history. You just have to find it.

Why do fans love Game of Thrones? This study has the answer

Fans watch Game of Thrones for a variety of reasons, according to research

Watch Mike Lawrence lament the fanperson's lonely filmgoing experience

The Wil Wheaton Project brings us words of wisdom from the geek-friendly comedian and Nerd of Mouth podcast host.

Death Star architect defends exhaust ports in hilarious Star Wars 'open letter'

When you break down the nuts and bolts, the entire plot of Star Wars largely depends on a womp-rat-sized design flaw in the Death Star.

Geek-tastic Voyager supercut proves they totally lost count of those torpedoes

Oh, you’ve got to love Star Trek fans. Though most might’ve just overlooked this little quirk on Voyager, one guy made a supercut purely to highlight the absurdity.

Relive the 8-bit glory days with nostalgic supercut of almost every NES game

Sure, we might be blasting aliens and winning Super Bowls on the Xbox One and PS4 nowadays, but there’s still something distinctly awesome about the birth of the video game industry.

Here's how fans can light the Empire State Building TARDIS blue for Who 50th

The BBC may already have some ideas in mind, but here's a notion some Who fans are trying to get off the ground that we think is worthwhile.